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If you did that you could use a built-in library like csv to read and parse the file or you could use a 3rd party library like Pandas. Alternatively, you could store your file as json:
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Again, there are surely bugs in that untested code. You can use the built-in json library to parse that quickly and easily. Libraries like pydantic might make your life even easier.
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